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The role of gold in transition metal carbonyl clusters

The role of gold in transition metal carbonyl clusters
In this review, the authors describe the role of gold in the chemistry of transition metal carbonyl clusters, a field that has been very active over the past fifty years. Both homo- and heteroleptic Au-containing species of metal carbonyl clusters, fully characterized by X-ray analysis, are discussed across three categories: those which are surface decorated by Au(I) fragments, cluster units connected by naked Au(I) atoms, and Au core–shell species with metallic gold structures embedded in the cluster frameworks.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0010854517303090

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